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GLI's Barcelona Roundtable Detailed

Gaming Laboratories International and its European entity, GLI Europe BV, have released the details of the European Regulators Roundtable, to be held May 13 and 14 in Barcelona, Spain. GLI expects more than 60 regulators from across Western and Eastern Europe to attend.

Leading global experts from across the gaming industry have been recruited to lend their insights and expertise on today’s most relevant topics concerning emerging technology and their impact on the modern land-based and i-gaming operations.

Land-based topics that will be presented include staying compliant in 2013, barriers to common standards across jurisdictions, ISS and security audits, new game features and potential challenges to current regulations, and ways to ensure proper forensic evaluations.

Internet gaming topics include regulating the transformation from “bricks to clicks,” technology migration and the online system, i-gaming change management processes, regulating social gaming, the risks and differences of sports betting and wagering in a live environment, and challenges of testing an i-gaming system.

There will also be a legislative outlook for 2013 and beyond, as well as a review of GLI’s exclusive tools for regulators, including the new GLiCloud, an advanced casino inventory management system.

The event is presented free of charge for regulators. More information and registration is available at gaminglabs.com.

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